Wednesday, 13 May 2015
Top-Quality Perth Water Filters Help Keep Homes and Buildings Green
Western Australia's flagship in the green campaign cost around $17 million to build and was constructed with sustainable materials. The edifice gets a full six stars from the Green Building Council of Australia, which requires structures to be sustainable and serve as role models for future projects in their communities. One of the definitive features of the Green Skills Centre is its rainwater retention capability, thanks to its two subterranean rainwater tanks that have a combined capacity of 150,000 litres. The building also has separate tanks for black water, one 11,000-litre tank for collection, and two tanks with a combined capacity of 38,000 litres for storage.